|“||Jutt: And welcome to the Pelletorium.
Jatt: It's a great place for the rest of your lives! Ha ha!
|~ Jatt and Jutt as they lead the moonblinked owlets into Pelletorium.|
Jatt and Jutt are two long-eared owl cousins who serve as supporting antagonists in the Guardians of Ga'Hoole book The Capture and the 2010 film The Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. They are lieutenants, warriors and enforcers at St. Aegolius's Academy for Orphaned Owls (St. Aggie's for short) which was ran by Skench in the book and Nyra in the film.
In the film adaptation, Jatt was voiced by Leigh Whannell, who also played Adam Stanheight in the Saw film franchise, whilst Jutt was voiced by Angus Sampson, who also played Bear Gerhardt in Fargo, the Organic Mechanic in Mad Max: Fury Road and Titus in Benji.
In the books, Jatt and Jutt are indistinguishable Long-Eared owls.
In the movie, Jatt and Jutt remain identical, though Jatt is brown and Jutt is white to differentiate the two. Both owls have inversed markings (the chest markings resembling the symbol of the Pure Ones), a case of heterochromia (one eye golden and the other a pale blue in color), and beak piercings.
Jatt guards St. Aggie's library on the night Soren and Gylfie attempt to escape. Grimble, an owl falsely working at St. Aggie's in order to protect his family, plans to help Soren and Gylfie escape by tricking Jatt into thinking that Jutt accused the battle claw repository's director Tumak of not handling the battle claws right and they began dulling for Tumak's spot. Grimble offers to take Jatt's place as guard while Jatt goes to try and fight for the spot himself. However, when Jatt left, Grimble let Soren and Gylfie escape.
When Soren, Gylfie and fellow Band members Twilight and Digger (whose brother Flick was eaten by Jatt and Jutt sometime prior to the events of the book) in the Desert of Kuneer, Jatt, Jutt and a moon-blinked owl known as 47-2 arrived on patrol and attacked the quartet. However with the help of two bald eagles named Streak and Zan, the Band killed Jatt and Jutt.
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
In the film, Jatt and Jutt kidnap Soren and his brother Kludd (after saving them from a Tasmanian Devil) and take them to St. Aggie's.
Unlike the book, Jatt and Jutt are not leaders at St. Aggie's but instead capture owlets for them to be either moon-blinked and made into pickers or become soldiers for the Pure Ones. After Soren and Gylfie protest against Nyra's speech, Jatt and Jutt take them away to be pickers. They also observe the owlets being moon-blinked and the Pelletorium.
During the Pure Ones battle against the Guardians, both Jatt and Jutt are struck in the face by Twilight's lute.
It is unknown whether they were killed in the battle or if they were among the Pure Ones that retreated with Nyra following Metal Beak's death.
Legend of the Owls" The Owls of Ga'Hoole
- In the "Behind the Scenes" of the movie, a bonus trivia question about their species is asked. The answer lists them as "Australian Masked Owls," which is not true, as they are Long-eared Owls.